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BRUSSELS, Feb 20 (Reuters) - There are no heightened concerns among euro zone finance ministers over Greece, despite a lack of agreement on closing a review of reforms agreed under the country's latest bailout, Italy's finance ministers Pier Carlo Padoan said on Monday.
Asked whether Greece was again causing concern, Padoan told reporters on entering a meeting of euro zone finance ministers which is to discuss Greece:
"I don't see signs of higher concern. I instead see and hope to see some sign of progress. We will see at the Eurogroup meeting." (Reporting By Francesci Guarascio; writing by Jan Strupczewski; editing by Philip Blenkinsop)